On Friday, Telangana chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao warned the BJP-led government at the centre that if it failed to encourage Telangana’s development, Narendra Modi would face an interruption of service. He said that he was ready to play a key role in national politics to break Delhi Fort if the situation demanded.
KCR’s strict warning to PM Narendra Modi
He broke out with Narendra Modi at a public meeting in Yashwantpur in Jangaon district after the launch of the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) district office. He fulminated against Modi accusing him of showing discrimination towards Telangana state. He raised, “You don’t give us national projects, you don’t give us medical colleges, If you don’t support us, no problem. We will chase you away from power and bring in a government that will aid the government.
KCR claimed that if there was no necessity to play an influential role in national politics, certainly they should fight for our nation, and he was also ready to break the Delhi Fort if the people bless him. And then, he warned Modi strictly to be careful, and roared that nobody is frightened of Modi’s ultimatum. He firmly stated that the state government would not implement the electricity reforms initiated by the BJP government that mandated states to install meters for agriculture borewells and collect power bills from farmers.
By increasing fuel and fertiliser prices, Modi had doubled the farmers’ expenditure on agriculture, said KCR. KCR said that his government was decided to implement Dalit Bandhu scheme under which each beneficiary wouold be given Rs 10 lakh to start a business of their preference.